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Laugh and Learn with Mrs. Thomas and her Kindergarten Class

The Grinch

Students performed in their first school concert. Students were Who’s from Whoville in The Grinch. They were amazing – the singing, the costumes and the positive attitude. 

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Community Clean Up

It was our first time cleaning up our school community. Students enjoyed being outside and collecting garbage from fields and sidewalks.

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Movember

What brave students! Gr. 6/7 students are drawing moustaches on student’s faces every Thursday for a .25 cent donation. Students can choose their style and colour of ‘stache. This year the Bonner Bears staff are raising awareness for men’s health issues. To visit our team or make a donation online, search “Bears with Mustaches” at https://ca.movember.com. Mr. Mel Burgess is the team captain. Movember started in Australia with a group of men growing moustaches (or “Mo’s”) to raise money for prostate cancer. It is now an international movement.

 

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Working Together Peacefully

Students worked with their big buddy to trace and cut out their hand print. The hand prints were part of a collective art project for Remembrance Day. We created a wreath for our Remembrance Day Ceremony tomorrow. The white poppies represent peace while the red represent remembrance. Two students from each of our classes will lay the wreath as part of our assembly.

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Happy Halloween

Students dressed in their costume for the parade in the afternoon. It is always so inspiring to see everyone’s costumes. There are such great ideas.

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Project Of Heart

Orange Shirt Day is an opportunity for our school and community to come together in the spirit of reconciliation. As a school, we participated in a ‘Project of Heart’ by planting bulbs to remind us that we are ‘growing’ in our understanding and compassion for one another. When we enjoy and tend the garden, it is a reminder of our ongoing commitment to care and respect each other. The bulbs are planted at the front of the school to the left of the front door near the maple tree.

 

 

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